Over the years, KTM 390 Duke has become a popular customization platform. This latest version belongs to Akash Das of BusyPeople, a graphic designer from Mumbai, India. Seeing the potential of the 390 as a modern scrambler, Das has first redrawn the subframe to create a flatter and shorter frame. He also designed many custom parts using 3D software, then 3D printed prototype parts, and then processed the final parts with aluminum by a third party. Then, he installed a two-piece fuel tank with a retro-style aluminum cover on the fuel cell, a speaker LED headlight behind a custom aluminum honeycomb grille, a custom luggage rack, and a small custom fender. Custom skateboard, a custom seat, made of tough synthetic leather. Both the front and rear of the bike use 17-inch Akront spoke rims. Click here for more details about BusyPeople KTM Scrambler.